Job | Posted 8 days ago
Start Date
Position Areas
School District/Cooperative


Exemption Status: Exempt
Reports to:     Director of Schools
Date Revised:    05/24/2024
Dept./School:     Central Office
Position Summary:

The Career and Technical Education Supervisor is responsible for overseeing Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs and related activities and supports the overall educational responsibility of the system. The CTE Supervisor provides information and guidance to teachers and schools, implementing and maintaining services with established guidelines and standards, developing goals and strategic plans, managing assigned budgets, and providing supervision as needed and/or assigned.   

1. A bachelor’s degree in career and technical education from an accredited four-year college or university, three (3) years of teaching experience in an approved career and technical education program and two (2) years of appropriate employment experience in a recognized occupation, or 
2. A bachelor’s degree with a career and technical education endorsement, three (3) years of teaching experience, two (2) years of appropriate work experience, and completion of (by July 1, 2008, or within a three-year period from the date of employment) the required matrix of career and technical core competencies for professional development, or 
3. An endorsement as a PreK-12 administrator or secondary supervisor or principal and completion of (by July 1, 2008 or within a three-year period from the date of employment) the required matrix of career and technical core competencies for professional development. Note: These are the employment standards that qualify an individual to hold a career and technical education supervisory position. All CTE directors, who have not previously completed the CTE Director Matrix, will need to complete the matrix during the first three years of employment as a CTE Director.
4. Satisfactory background check. 

Duties and Responsibilities:
Implement, supervise, monitor, and coordinate all Career Technical Education CTE programs of study with the following:
1. Support schools and school staff with CTE program implementation to ensure high quality programs are offered in McMinn County. 
2. Supervise and evaluate CTE department staff, assigning duties to best accomplish department and district level goals.
3. Participate in the interviewing and selection process of CTE staff.
4. Observation and evaluation of teachers.
5. Monitor and maintain personnel for proper industry endorsement and licensing requirements through the certification process.
6. Be able to facilitate and maintain a proper Comprehensive Needs assessment.
7. Analyze the instructional process, providing professional growth as well as the growth of the program of study.
8. Observe, evaluate, and align programs of study with the current local, state and industry standards.
9. Organize, coordinate, and conduct professional development for CTE and other personnel supporting and aiding with CTE Programs of study.
10. Implementing, creating, and ensuring that CTE is within federal compliance with Carl D. Perkins Grants.
11. Collaborate with other system supervisors in organizing and providing staff development in compliance with the system’s future educational goals and needs.
12. Facilitate and collaborate with community and industry stakeholders continuously.
13. Maintain a strong community and industry advisory council for CTE.
14. Provide support and advisement to principals around program expansion and closure to best meet the needs of students and the community.
15. Participate in CTSO’s and other College and Career Readiness activities for all programs of study.
16. Provide opportunities for College and Career Readiness opportunities for all students.
17. Coordinate district efforts with the state department of education in matters relating to course standards, changes to CTE programs of study, the implementation of industry credentials, and early post-secondary and work-based learning opportunities.
18. Direct all federal funding under the Carl D. Perkins Vocation Education Improvement Act for McMinn County, Athens City, and Etowah City Schools. 
19. Develop annual local applications in accordance to Carl D Perkins basic guidelines and district's comprehensive local needs assessment.
20. Manage the local, state, and federal budget allocation for CTE in accordance with Local, State, and Federal policies, guidelines, and procedures.
21. Supervise purchasing, formulation of bid specifications, and recommend purchases for CTE.
22. Make decisions related to CTE department curriculum, instructional materials, software, and equipment in collaboration with CTE department staff, teachers, and school administrators.
23. Establish and maintain appropriate fiscal procedures for purchasing and allocating equipment to classrooms to include appropriate asset management and maintenance of equipment and CTE classrooms and CTE inventories. 
24. Evaluate the instructional programs in CTE to ensure all standards are in compliance with Federal Carl Perkins allocations.
25. Set and periodically amend the budget to best implement local actions and strategies as determined by the local advisory and plan of action.
26. Supervise the collection tabulation evaluation, and submittal of all system data to the State Department of Education pertaining to College at Career Readiness data for CTE.
27. Provide Career Exploration opportunities for all grade levels.
28. Develop and coordinate programs with seamless transition plans and agreements with post-secondary institutions.
29. Collect and verify district and classroom-level data of CTE Students and teacher performance.
30. Prepare and deliver documentation of risk-based monitoring process conducted annually with the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE).
31. Maintain, oversee, and report all data documentation to the TDOE College and Career Readiness Dept.
32. Coordinate with TDOE to provide documentation and conduct onsite methods of administration reviews for ADA compliance of facilities.
33. Collaborates with McMinn County System supervisors on the curriculum and instructional goals on matters related to secondary and middle schools strategic goals, and improvement of district outcomes.
34. Asbestos inspector management planner.
35. Additional duties as assigned by the Director of Schools.

• 240 Day Contract 
• Salary: MCS Supervisor Salary schedule (based on degree and experience) 

Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:

Tools/Equipment Used: Standard office equipment including personal computer 
Posture: Frequent sitting and standing; occasional bending/stooping, pushing/pulling, and twisting
Motion: Repetitive hand motions; frequent keyboarding and use of mouse; occasional reaching
Lifting: Frequent light lifting (less than 15 pounds); Occasional moderate lifting (15-30 pounds)
Environment: May work prolonged or irregular hours; occasional districtwide and statewide travel
Mental Demands: Work with frequent interruptions; maintain emotional control under stress

This document describes the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be required.

Reviewed by_________________________________________________ Date____________
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Posted By

McMinn County School District

3 South Hill Street , Athens, TN 373034289

At the following locations

Central Office

3 South Hill St , Athens, TN 37303